distributed source coding: theory, algorithms and applications - kindle edition by pier luigi dragotti, michael gastpar. download it once and read it on your kindle device, pc, phones or tablets. of distributed source coding, starting with classical results. it emphasizes an impor- tant distinction between direct source coding and indirect ( or noisy) source coding: in the distributed setting, these two are fundamentally different.
this difference is best appreciated by considering the scaling laws in the number of encoders: in the. distributed source coding authentication of images with contrast and brightness adjustment and affine warping. in picture coding symposium, pcs [ 5167473] ( picture coding symposium, pcs ). distributed source coding: theory and practice and millions of other books are available for amazon kindle.
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dsc problems regard the compression of multiple correlated information sources that do not communicate with each other. by modeling the correlation between multiple sources at the decoder side together with channel codes, dsc is able to shift the computational complexity from encoder side to decoder side, therefore provide appropriate frameworks for applications with complexity- constrained sender, such as. this book gives a clear understanding of the performance limits of distributed source coders for specific classes of sources and presents the design and application of practical algorithms for realistic scenarios.